The 1-to-1 classes will focus on your individual needs and will develop your Legal English vocabulary and communication skills, taking into account your specific line of work. Legal English courses are suitable for lawyers, paralegals, legal secretaries, students or professors of law or professionals working in legal departments.
This course can also help you prepare for the Test of Legal English Skills (TOLES).
What to expect:
- develop specific vocabulary for legal English
- improve general and social English language skills and your pronunciation
- enhance your communication skills with English-speaking clients and colleagues
- raise your awareness of intercultural issues and ‘global English’
- practise using English for negotiating, explaining and telephoning
- work on specific legal areas such as contracts, employment law, family law, correspondence
- work on your specific requests
- join one afternoon excursion per week to a place of cultural interest = 3 extra hours of spoken English and listening practice
You will be emailed a 'Needs Analysis' form to complete before the start of your course. During your first 1-to-1 lesson you and your teacher will put together a study plan for your course. We encourage you to be active in the preparation and content of your course.
- 15, 20, 25 or 30 hours per week
- Start any Monday
- Suitable for elementary to advanced level (A2 – C2)
- Minimum age 18
ECS Scotland is a registered TOLES exam centre
Study an intensive 5-day Legal English course and take the TOLES exam at the end of the course. For information and course dates, please see here. If you wish to register for the TOLES Legal English exam without taking a course, please email us.
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Legal English Individual Tuition prices per week 2019
|Total study hours per week |
(1 hour = 60 minutes)
|15 hours per week||£955|
|20 hours per week||£1225|
|25 hours per week||£1475|
|30 hours per week||£1650|
All teaching, all materials, one weekly afternoon excursion, tea and coffee at break time, guided self-study, use of books & DVDs, certificate of attendance, end of course progress report, internet/WiFi.